Smoked Salmon Crêpes with Creamed Peas

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Mango lends a sweet note to this colorful quinoa salad with a variety of flavors and textures. It's equally delicious served warm or chilled.

Lean protein, greens and whole grains all in this one-pot weeknight meal. Make sure to cut chicken and broccoli into bite-size pieces so they'll cook evenly.

Our fabulous jarred pasta sauce is the key to this meatless-meatball meal. For even more flavor, add chopped pitted olives to the meatball mixture. Let the kids help roll the meatballs.

A hearty meal on its own, or a terrific opener to a vegan main course like our Celebration Lentil Loaf.

Super simple homemade spinach hummus and colorful, fresh veggies make these wraps flavorful and satisfying.

Perfect for chilly evenings, this satisfying one-pot meal marries tender whole wheat noodles with veggies, ground beef and a little melted cheese.

To make this salad during times of the year when panettone isn't available, use cubed brioche or walnut-raisin bread instead.

Ground lamb, potatoes, dried currants and fresh oregano rolled in tender chard leaves create a modern twist on stuffed grape leaves.

The Middle Eastern flatbread known as lavash makes a sturdy wrapper for these super-flavorful lunch rolls. You can replace the turkey bacon called for with avocado if you like, or simply leave it out.

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Secret Ingredient: Forbidden Rice

Garlic and shallots add just the right amount of tang and flavor to this traditional, yet simple side dish.

Cheddar cheese and sweet cranberries complement each other nicely in these little muffins, bringing sharp, sweet and tart flavors together in a single bite. A basket of these mini muffins looks tempting on the holiday brunch table.

This salad is just right for serving to a large group at an Easter gathering or spring picnic. To feed a smaller crowd, simply halve the recipe.

These noodles are served traditionally at Chinese New Year's feasts. An ancient Chinese belief holds that long noodles are the key to a long life, so don't cut the noodles as you eat them.

This tender and delicious crust holds together beautifully, perfect for making sweet pies or savory quiches. With millet flour and almond meal, it has tons of flavor, too.

Traditional beef stews are cooked at low temperatures for long periods of time to tenderize tough cuts of beef. This recipe takes a shortcut by using a more tender cut of beef, reducing the overall cooking time and giving you a chance to get out of the kitchen.

Ingredients with an asterisk (*) are available in the Whole Foods Market Family of Brands.

A traditional stuffing perfect for the holidays or as an accompaniment to any family dinner.

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